After explaining that artificial ingredients can make us sick, Hud asked why we shouldn't do this for a year. Great idea Hud! Except, I don't have the time to do all of this planning each and every day. Isn't that sad? Processed food is too quick and easy. How can we make wholesome, nutritious food readily available?
Each kid helped me make one of the things we were going to use during these 10 days.
Bryson helped me make some granola. It smelled so good baking! I never knew how much B liked almonds. We had to add some more in at the end because he had eaten so many!
Next up was Hud and the homemade fudge pops. He liked all of the ingredients and we talked about how this was healthier than the ingredients in regular fudgesicle. We are excited to try these later this week.
As C and I made the steak chili I realized how little I cook and bake with my kids. He had no idea that raw meat was bad and could get everyone sick if he didn't wash his hands after touching it.
After making the fudge pops, I asked Hud a few questions about what he is expecting.
Things I've learned (and the 10 days haven't even started!):
1. B likes almonds
2. Cook more with kids